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VGH office tower planned at 855 West 10th

VGH office tower - West 10th Avenue - amenity space
The architect says that by stepping the building in at the podium and creating a covered deck area on the 12th floor, an outdoor space is created for tenants to enjoy the views and sun. Credit: W.T. Leung Architects

A 12-storey office building is planned for West 10th Avenue in Vancouver, across from VGH.

W.T. Leung Architects designed the new building, which will measure 76,580 sq. ft., including three ground-floor retail units. There will be 82 underground parking stalls, and 60 bicycle parking spaces.

The new building will replace two, three-storey medical office buildings. Tenants of the new building will have access to a rooftop amenity area on the 12th floor.

The architect designed the new building with the nearby helipad at VGH in mind, ensuring a safe flight path for departing helicopter pilots. The development site is part of the Broadway Corridor and will be subject to the forthcoming Broadway Plan, which has been delayed several times, but is expected to be delivered later this year.

Renderings: VGH office tower

Rendering of future office tower at 855-865 West 10th Avenue. Credit: W.T. Leung Architects
Three ground floor retail units will activate the public realm of the new office tower near VGH. Credit: W.T. Leung Architects
View from the south, showing three-storey podium and upper massing. Credit: W.T. Leung Architects
Site of future office tower at 855-865 West 10th Avenue. Credit: W.T. Leung Architects

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